Maharashtra Governor pays tribute to journalist, writer Nandkishore Nautiyal
Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari today described Nandkishore Nautiyal as an outstanding journalist, writer, social worker and above all a great human being.
The Governor was speaking at a Condolence meeting organized to pay respects to the former Editor of Hindi Blitz and former President of Badrinath – Kedarnath Board, late Nandkishore Nautiyal. Nandkishore Nautiyal passed away in Dehradun on 31st August.
The Governor said Nandkishore Nautiyal came from the land of Badrinath – Kedarnath to Mumbai and established himself as a successful journalist, writer and litterateur in the financial capital of India. He said many young journalists and writers took inspiration from the late Nautiyal.
The Condolence meet was addressed by senior journalist Vishwanath Sachdev, Anurag Tripathi, Mithalilal Singh and Kanhailal Saraf. Bhajan singer Anup Jalota presented Bhajans on the occasion.
Former Minister of Maharashtra Kripa Shankar Singh, Chandrakant Tripathi, family members of Nandkishore Nautiyal and admirers of late Nandkishore Nautiyal were present.